I went to Beijing this summer and went to see Yuanmingyuan. Some friends said that Yuanmingyuan is basically a remnant chapter, and there is nothing left, but I really want to feel the feelings of history, to close my eyes, to imagine the prosperity of China in the past and the vicissitudes of history. Go to Yuanmingyuan, see the remains of Western architecture, listen to the explanations of electronic guides, I shed tears silently, close my eyes, you seem to be able to feel that the war is in front of you... every Chinese should not I have forgotten that period of history, but when we look back at history, we must tell ourselves that we must be strong, we must move forward, we must struggle, we must be beaten and stand up after we are behind... Learn from history and spur us to become a powerful country and nation
Yuanmingyuan, also known as Yuanming Sanyuan, is a large royal palace in the Qing Dynasty. It is located in the northwest suburb of Beijing. It is adjacent to the Summer Palace and consists of Yuanmingyuan, Changchun Garden and Hunchun Garden. It is also called Yuanming Sanyuan. In addition, there are many small gardens, which are distributed in the east, west and south. The stars surround the surrounding area
: Yuanmingyuan was built in 1709 (Kangxi forty-eight years). On October 6, 1860, the British and French coalitions looted. Yuanmingyuan, looting cultural relics, burning, and repairing the emperor, wanted to repair, and was forced to stop and rebuild other buildings due to financial difficulties. After the Eight-Power Allied Forces, they were again hit by bandits and eventually became ruins.
Under the creation and management of the Qing Dynasty for more than 150 years, it has been well-known for its grand geographical scale, outstanding construction skills, exquisite architectural landscape, rich cultural collection and profound national cultural connotation.
Only the peony is the national color. When the flowers bloom, the city
enters the end of April. The temperature in Beijing is higher every day, and it is a good time for the peony to bloom.
Beijing is a good place to enjoy peony flowers, the first round of Yuanmingyuan.
is one of the forty scenic spots of Yuanmingyuan. It is located in the southeast corner of Houhu Lake. It is a garden in which the peony is the main garden. Kaiyue Kaiyun was built in the last years of Emperor Kangxi. At the beginning, it was named "Peony Taiwan". During Qianlong, it was renamed "Yueyue Kaiyun". Although the building at that time no longer exists, in late April, peony can still be seen here. In addition to the three moons, the love of the moon, the cloud is also a great place to go.
Qilong Emperor once regarded Changchun Garden as the home for the elderly, and the Hall of the Han Dynasty is located in the center of Changchun Garden. It is surrounded by landscapes and flowers and is the largest landscape architecture in Changchun Park.
Nearly 100 kinds of peony cultivated in Yuanmingyuan, the more expensive ones are Wei Zi, Yao Huang, Bean Green, Zhao Powder, Hua Er Qiao, He Hua Kui and so on. In addition to Luoyang, there are Heze.
Recommended in the Yuanmingyuan Garden: Kaiyun, Yunjing, and Algae.
Take Metro Line 4, Yuanmingyuan Station will be able to reach Yuanmingyuan. It is very convenient. It is recommended to leave the scenic spot from this port. Because of the exit from the scenic spot, it is not convenient to go out and the subway station is far away.
The Yuanmingyuan Scenic Area is really big. I have been there 3 times. The winter is bleak and quiet, the summer is full of vitality and vitality. If you catch up with the big sunny day, it is really the beauty of heaven. The rapid development of the Imperial Capital, fortunately, when we walked into the remains of these historical sites, we still faintly see the rise and fall of the honor and disgrace at that time, to the Forbidden City, the former residence of the Fu, whether it is into the alleys of the alleys, or the bends in the park, the ancient jade bamboo, the towering The big tree is like a big umbrella fart guarding the Chinese people who have been ancestors for generations, especially in the summer, the leaves are flourishing, and the green sea is spreading in front of them. Aside from the heavy history, in the summer, the bluff of the winter is changed, as if the Yuanmingyuan reproduces the glory of the year. Without the exquisite carvings, the beautiful buildings and the pillars can only rely on the imagery. At that time, the only ponds, curved bridges, and pavilions Yuyu still feel so beautiful.
There is no reason for Yuanmingyuan to be called the Garden of Wanyuan. According to the tour guide, when the Qing Dynasty was built, the Daqing Dynasty could use the human, material and financial resources of the whole country. Invited countless skilled craftsmen, filled the lake and piled mountains, planted exotic flowers, there are 145 large buildings here, and there are countless rare treasures, art and cultural relics.
Perhaps seeing the scene of the ruin of the Yuanmingyuan, many people can't imagine the appearance of Yuanmingyuan in its most prosperous period. I remember seeing some old photos and 3D on the Internet to restore the true look of Yuanmingyuan at that time. It can really be said that gorgeous is unimaginable. A white jade palace, twelve vivid animals squirt water.
Whether the British and French invaders have stolen the treasures of Yuanmingyuan. Because the furnishings and their accounts in the park have been robbed, they can never be clearly stated. According to the historical data of the Qing Dynasty, there were only 441 European-style clocks in the Yuanmingyuan that were only displayed and stocked at that time. Only one big clock survived after the robbery. Afterwards, a portion of the lost items that were taken away by the bandits and the aggressor army abandoned the road reached 1,197 pieces, which is only one-thousandth of the objects in the garden.
The Old Summer Palace is a famous imperial garden constructed throughout the 18th and 19th centuries during the Qing Dynasty. It consists of three sections: Yuanming Garden, Changchun Garden, and Yichun Garden. Its excellent view earned it the reputation of "the garden of gardens." However in 1860, British and French troops burned the main buildings into ashes. These days, tourists can only look at the wreckage and imagine its glory during the time of the Qing Dynasty. If your imagination is not good enough, you can learn more about what the garden looked like through the miniature model in Changchun Garden.